Join Sani Yusuf for an in-depth discussion in this video Fetching data with http service, part of Ionic 3.0 for Mobile App Developers.
- [Instructor] When developing mobile applications…with Ionic, at some point, you'll find yourself…needing to access some data from either a server…or some sort of local resource.…Now in this video, we're going to get data,…and learn how to consume this data…inside of our Ionic application.…Now before you begin, I would need you to go…into your exercise files and open up…the corresponding folder as I have on my screen.…What I need to do is actually get data.json file here,…and actually place that into your application.…Now if I open my application, this data.json file…would need to go into the assets folder.…
As you can see from my screen, I have the data.json file…placed into the assets folder.…And you can see that this data.json file is just a file…that contains a list of products…that we're going to be using and display…inside of our design application.…At this point in time we're just going to mimic a standard…http call and actually consume this local resource.…It is very important that you remember to place this…
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